A highly interactive and practical short course on Islamic Law of Inheritance, the Wills Act of 1953 and Administration of Deceased Estates in terms of South African Law.
On successful completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:-
• Understand Islamic Law of Inheritance and its application
• Understand the essentials in an Islamic Will and their implications
• Understand the implications of the Wills Act 7 of 1953
• Understand the administration of a deceased estate in terms of South African Law
The course will appeal to Attorneys, Accountants, and others involved in the administration of deceased estates.
Certification and Articulation
There will be an assessment provided during the workshop to gauge the participants’ competence. Successful candidates will be provided with a certificate of competence and will be granted a credit of one module in REGENT Business School’s Higher Certificate in Islamic Finance, Banking and Law.
R1950.00 per person – includes comprehensive training material with specimen documents, certificate of competence or attendance, refreshments and lunch.
Date : Saturday, 25 October 2014 Time : 09:00 to 15:00
Venue : REGENT Business School, 35 Samora Machel (Aliwal) Street, Durban
For further enquiries please contact Adv. Mahomed Vahed on
083 640 9054 or email email@example.com
Tel: +27 (0) 31 304 4626
Fax: +27 (0) 31 304 7303
Profiles of Presenters
Adv. Mahomed Vahed
Adv. Mahomed Vahed is a graduate of the International Islamic University, Islamabad and holds an LLM in comparative law. He has been a magistrate, advocate, law lecturer and banking executive at the only Islamic bank in SA. Adv. Vahed is the joint coordinator of the Higher Certificate in Islamic Finance, Banking and Law and has been teaching Islamic Law of Inheritance for many years. He has authored ten books, six on Islamic law subjects. Adv. Vahed is on the academic staff of Regent Business School and also conducts leadership training.
Mahomed Farouk Ahmed Vahed
Mahomed Farouk Ahmed Vahed is a senior attorney who has been in practice for 31 years, specializing in the administration of deceased estates and the drafting of Wills. He was the Master of the High Court in KZN for 10 years and an Assessor in the High Courts for many years. His qualifications include Conveyancer, Certificate in Tax; and AIPSA Diploma in Insolvency Law and Practice (University of Pretoria). Mr Vahed has conducted many courses for Candidate Attorneys, on Wills and Estates; and has been on many radio talk shows covering topics on Wills and administration of deceased estates.
Hussan Goga is a senior attorney in Durban having been in practice for 35 years. He specialises in property law and the administration of deceased estates. He serves as a member of the Deeds Registries Regulations Board of South Africa and as an alternate member of the Sectional Titles Regulations Board of South Africa. He is a member of the Law Society of South Africa Standing Committee on Property Law and he is also the Chair of the Law Society of South Africa Standing Committee on Deceased Estates, Trusts and Planning since 2007. He has also been appointed as a conveyancing and a notarial examiner.